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Old 10-26-2019, 06:29 PM   #21
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Salty! What engines and genset(s)?
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Old 10-26-2019, 06:41 PM   #22
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Salty! What engines and genset(s)?
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Twin Cummins 6bt 210hp w/twin disk 3:1 gears.

Generator is 22KW Northern Lights 1200rpm. (Overkill here, initially I planned on installing reverse cycle AC throughout.I have a lot of extra juice!)
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Old 11-02-2019, 11:29 AM   #23
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Great Boat

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My wife and I have been living and cruising aboard "Turning Point" a 67' Monk Pilothouse trawler that we built over the past several years. I know...I know, I was in the boat business and should have known better than to build one.... I owned Project Boat Company, so one might argue that I fell into my own trap.


We are moored in Anacortes, WA this winter catching up on repairs and maintenance. Next season we head back north to Desolation Sound, maybe one more trip to Alaska.
I'm happy to post more photos or information?

That is a great boat! You will certainly be cruising in comfort and safety.




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I would like to know where in Ancortes and do they have any liveaboard slips available there.
Beautiful craft!
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I would like to know where in Ancortes and do they have any liveaboard slips available there.
Beautiful craft!
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We’re moored at Lovrics, on Guemes channel. Tiny marina, full for now.

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Thank you.
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